Community Talks! Vol. 1, ep. 33.
Today is Thanksgiving in the USA, a holiday that celebrates the giving of thanks for the autumn harvest. It is also celebrated in different countries such as Canada, Liberia, Saint Lucia, and Grenada but with other dates.
As a non-national from any of those countries, I have never celebrated this holiday, though I find the concept of being thankful relevant to create consciousness of what we have and finding joy in it. That is why I would like to invite you to share with us what you are grateful for about inriver community.
I would like to start by saying that I’m grateful for all of you who participate in the community, help each other to find solutions, share your experiences and engage with the community activities we have.
Also, I want to thank Sterling Figueroa, Bernhard Steiner, and Konstantine Fioretos for their constant support in the community and other projects we work on together.
What are you thankful for? 🤗
With community I am grateful for all the users and contributors creating a safe space to ask any question and to find any solution - whether it is a very specific development question or guidance in how to approach user workflow. I learn new things every week with you guys 😊 The selfless sharing even between competitors is a wonderful thing to witness!
Thank you all! 👑5
The community offers both valuable information and a lot of good laughs, and for that I'm grateful! My favorite page is of course the "Join the fun" page. There are many good inrivierian writers, and some secret comedians, in our community which is so nice to see! ✨3
Thank you Mariana Cañavera H.!
I am thankful that the community offers such a wide and vibrant array of information and many ways to connect with people beyond just discussions around PIM, or even tech, for that matter. It truly embodies a community--and if I say so myself, the best community in the business.
Also, special shoutout to @... for being the person of many hats and an endless bounty of knowledge and help!2
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